BACHELOR OF COMPUTATIONAL FINANCE - CURRICULUM

The curriculum to be delivered is designed to be at par with some of best programs of this nature available across the globe. The aim is to make students market-ready for investment finance jobs.





Semester 1
Differential Calculus
Computing - I (Excel)
Probability and Statistics - I
Introduction to Linear Algebra
Introduction to Accounting
Semester 2
Integral Calculus
Differential Equations
Probability and Statistics - II
Computing - II (MATLAB)
Introduction to Economics
Semester 3
Macroeconomics
Calculus in Three Dimensions
Partial Differential Equations
Computing - III (R Programming)
Introduction to Probability Models
Semester 4
Introduction to Finance
Financial Markets and Products
Microeconomics
Real Analysis
Computing - IV (C++ Programming)
Semester 5
Introduction to Computational Finance
Computing - V (RDBMS)
Corporate Finance
Monetary Theory and Policy
International Money and Finance
Semester 6
Numerical methods for Integration, Differential Equations
Data Analysis
Financial Statement Analysis
Investment Analysis and Securities Trading
Strategic Presentation Skills